Forstschutz Aktuell 44/2008 Vergrößern

Forstschutz Aktuell 44/2008

Steyrer G., Tomiczek Ch., Lackner Ch. [Red.]: Proceedings of the Second Meeting of Forest Protection and Forest Phytosanitary Specialists November 27-28, 2007, Vienna, Austria.

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  • Tomiczek, Ch.: Preface
  • Lindelöw, A.; Schroeder, M.: The Storm ¿Gudrun¿ and the Spruce Bark Beetle in Sweden
  • Grodzki, W.: Ips cembrae Heer. (Col.: Curculionidae, Scolytinae) in Young Larch Stands ¿ a New Problem in Poland
  • Dautbasic, M.; Trestic, T.; Mujezinovic, O.; Bajric M.: Research on the Proper Usage of the Pheromone Trap Method for Monitoring and Mass Trapping of Ips typographus L. and Pityogenes chalcographus L. in the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina
  • Hra¿ovec, B.; Pernek, M.; Mato¿ević, D.: Spruce, Fir and Pine Bark Beetle Outbreak Development and Gypsy Moth Situation in Croatia in 2007
  • Lyytikäinen-Saarenmaa, P.; Holopainen, M.; Ilvesniemi, S.; Haapanen, R.: Detecting Pine Sawfly Defoliation by Means of Remote Sensing and GIS
  • Kirisits, T.; Matlakova, M.; Mottinger-Kroupa, S.; Halmschlager, E.: Involvement of Chalara fraxinea in Ash Dieback in Austria
  • Tomiczek, Ch.: The Forest Protection Situation in Austria 2006/2007
  • Salvadori, C.; Maresi, G.: Forest Health Situation in Trentino, Italy
  • Vukadin, A.; Hra¿ovec, B.: Anoplophora chinensis (Forster) in Croatia
  • Maspero, M.; Jucker, C.; Colombo, M.; Hérard,F.; Ciampitti, M.; Cavagna, B.: News about CLB and ALB in Italy
  • Krehan, H.: Asian Longhorn Beetle Anoplophora glabripennis (ALB) - Eradication Program in Braunau (Austria) in 2007
  • Benker, U.: Stowaways in Wood Packaging Material ¿ Current Situation in Bavaria
  • Jankovský, L.; Palovčíková, D.; Dvořák, M.: Alien Diseases of Woody Plants in the Czech Republic
  • Steyrer, G.; Perny, B.: Two New Insect Species in Austria: One Established, the Other One Not (Yet)


Abstract

Facing increasingly problems with both native pests and diseases and also invasive species, forest health specialists from Central Europe had the idea of a meeting within a very tight time schedule allowing more time for discussions and informal talks. In the light of the valuable experience of 2006, the Second Meeting of Forest Protection and Forest Phytosanitary Specialists was held from 27 to 28 November 2007 in Vienna, Austria at the Federal Research and 1 Training Centre for Forests, Natural Hazards and Landscape (German abbr.: BFW). 41 participants from 12 Central, South and North European countries took the opportunity for an exchange of Information. Papers of the oral presentations are provided in this issue.